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Missing Pieces, by Michael McGlade

FictionPosted by editor Tue, August 20, 2013 21:29:43
Reflection on and reaction to Missing Pieces, by Michael McGlade.

Michael McGlade holds a master’s degree in English from Queen’s University in N Ireland. He’s the recipient of an Arts Council award. His competition-winning fiction appears in the book Powers Irish Short Story Collection (2012) and in publications such as Green Door, Calliope, OMDB Mystery Magazine, FictionWeek Literary Review. He is editor-in-chief of music publication GigApe.com.

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Posted by Sue Pace Tue, October 15, 2013 01:24:23

Missing Pieces, indeed! Missing parts, missing memory, missing love and respect, missing hope. Such a reflection on the disaster of this war...of all war. Difficult to read and hard to put down!